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Noise Sensitivity Linked to Pain

Has your pet been struggling with the recent fireworks?

Research has suggested that noise sensitivity could be linked to pain!


Therefore it’s important you get you pet checked by a vet for potential causes of pain.


After this we can help treat any areas of pain found via massage, TENs, heat and cold therapy and also monitor your pet via our full musculoskeletal health checks we perform at all appointments.


For more info on the research check out this link http://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fblog.frontiersin.org%2F2018%2F03%2F29%2Fveterinary-science-dog-animal-welfare-noise-pain%2F&h=AT1i1sUDBqE_9SKkSuA431H1yfDozz_-_A01CYlZVwaMVInltBjVp3W7U2tch0jPC2AakwzReIl8Q0rbwO3ieDMeskNoqLr2cJNT1j20az47rNz4ZT1ABQTeYJTYAEU&s=1

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